American Airlines will end flights between New York LaGuardia and Louisville in March, as it shifts slots to routes serving larger markets.
The Fort Worth, Texas-based Oneworld alliance carrier will end its three-daily flights between LaGuardia and Louisville on 29 March, local reports say. Embraer ERJ-140 aircraft with 44 seats operate the flights.
The slots used by the flights will likely shift to American’s new three-times daily New York-Cleveland service that begins the same day that Louisville ends.
American continues to juggle its destinations from LaGuardia. It discontinued Cleveland service in April 2014 – the same time that it began Louisville flights – before the deciding to re-enter the market this year and it resumed Atlanta flights after a nine-month hiatus earlier this month.
Delta Air Lines will continue to fly between LaGuardia and Louisville and United Airlines flies between Newark and Louisville, Innovata schedules show.
American was not immediately available for comment.
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